Sell-Out Joe Biden Was For Rail Strikes Before He Was Against Them

  • While President Biden is now prodding Congress to take action to avoid a national railroad strike, he was one of six U.S. senators who voted against ending the railroad strike in 1992,
  • “It is a difficult decision to oppose this legislation,” then-Sen. Biden said in June 1992. “I am concerned about the serious effects of a continued shutdown of our nation’s rail system on hundreds of companies in Delaware and across the country. But I am also concerned that we are rewarding a concerted decision of the railroads that would have caused fevered expressions of outrage by industry had the unions taken a similar step.”
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